NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Do you have what it takes to help Hub City residents eat healthier, more sustainable foods?

If so, then the New Brunswick Community Food Alliance wants to hear from you.

For roughly six years, the group has worked to develop a sustainable local food system that provides residents with better grub, boosts "good" food businesses and promotes community gardens and nearby farms, according to the alliance.

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Now it's seeking a part-time program coordinator to further that mission.

Applicants must be fluent in English and Spanish, organized, detail-oriented and able to work in large, diverse teams. They must also passionately support the organization's mission, according to the alliance.

The workweek spans 15 to 20 hours. Pay runs $15 to $20 per hour.

If interested, email your résumé and cover letter to Anthony Capece,, by Jan. 16.

The New Brunswick Community Food Alliance cropped up in 2010 and was officially formed a year later. Soon after, the City Council recognized the group as a local "food policy council."

Since then, the alliance and the city have partnered together to try to meet the needs of residents, raise awareness and bring concerns to politicians and power brokers throughout the state, according to the alliance.

Members include residents, Rutgers students and city leaders.